We have reviewed Henry of Pelham before and were pleasantly surprised with the result. With this in mind we picked up a bottle of their Rose to go with a light dinner we were cooking. While we generally prefer red wines, once the sun starts showing it’s smiling face more often in the summer our tastes change a bit and lean towards the whites and roses.

There is very little information on what grapes are used in this wine but we assume it is a winemaker’s blend. They do say that it is cool fermented to enhance the fruity flavours.

We paired this with a light salad and salmon dinner and I must say it worked perfectly with it.

You can purchase a bottle at the LCBO for $13.95 and it sits at 11.5% ABV.

Appearance: light red with pink. Good legs.
Aroma: Strawberry hints. Much dryer than expected with some depth. I pick up notes of cranberry.
Taste: Much sweeter in taste. Still that strawberry. Very refreshing and light.
Aftertaste: Very dry and long finish.
Overall: A refreshing rose for the patio. Pair with salmon.

Kole McRae

Founder of Toronto Booze Hound. He can be seen drinking almost anything in the wild from beer to rum. Try not to startle him, he may use humour as a self defence method.

Email: kole@torontoboozehound.com

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